Reddit Reddit reviews On-Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desktop Microphone Stand, Black

We found 26 Reddit comments about On-Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desktop Microphone Stand, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

On-Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desktop Microphone Stand, Black
Excellent stand for desktop and short height mikingRemovable shaft with die-cast steel clutch provides height adjustments from 9" to 13"Solid sand-cast base with non-slip rubber feet for stability and vibration dampening
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26 Reddit comments about On-Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desktop Microphone Stand, Black:

u/BangsNaughtyBits · 5 pointsr/podcasts

A full setup that will record four local mics, max, or two local mics and a Skype caller. A choice of mics.

Behringer UMC404HD interface for $100 (needs a USB cable I think)

Behringer HA400 headphone amp for $25

Needs two TRS 1/4" stereo cables, one for the headphone amp and one for Skype. $10

Behringer XM1800S three pack of good enough mics for $40

or a slightly better Behringer XM8500 at $20 each

or a very nice Blue enCORE 100 at $60

A couple 9-foot XLR cables for $12 or vary as you see fit

On-Stage, desk stand for $13 (lots of options)

You need some RCA to 1/4" TS cables. Technically two though there are reasons up to four and this six pack is cheap at $8. Wish they were shorter.

or you can get by with one of these.

and my personal favorite, the UCA202 for $30

This gives you full Skype access to the other rig for Two local mics.


u/CannedSewage · 4 pointsr/shittybattlestations

Hey man, those mics don't sound half bad. I used one as a gaming mic for a long time. Had a makeshift PVC pipe stand to go along with it.

If you get one of these bad boys, it becomes a pretty nice combo.

u/smushkan · 3 pointsr/videography

Blue make the most overpriced pieces of garbage in audio at the moment. They're designed to look great on webcam and fit the asthetic of your iMac, but really they're filled with the cheapest parts possible.

It's designed to look like a large-diaphragm condenser mic. Great, right? Perfect for VO. Well, what's actually inside are three cheap-ass capsules similar to what you'd get in a gaming headset.

For $150 it's a total rip off. If it cost $30 and wasn't marketed as a 'professional' product, it might be worth picking up; but you can do a lot better for the money.

Here's a complete ~$125 USB recording setup that has a proper large-diaphragm microphone that will eaisly give 10 times the quality that anything Blue offers:

u/lamedh · 3 pointsr/makinghiphop

I know quite a few people who got this same starter kit and it’s not bad at all two things I’d recommend are a mic stand and a pop filter.

A good cheap mic stand is this

u/Venthez · 2 pointsr/Twitch

I'm using the exact mic since mid 2016 till now.

I started off with the default mic-stand it came with, it was hard to position to get 'enough sound' to reach it. It felt that I needed to speak louder than usual.

So i decided to buy another desktop stand and along with it i bought a shock mount I would buy a desktop mount if i didnt have space issues The shock mount would ALMOST elimilate out any sound you make through the table.

You know how when you tap on the table, and hear it through the mic due to vibrations? this would help eliminate it of course if the tapping is so loud the sound travels to the mic thats a different thing.

Desktop stand -

Shock Mount -

Continue playing around with the noise gate with this mic, it helps heaps when i found out about it.

What ever /u/Man_of_the_Rain suggested here is really helpful, i would consider getting a wind screen as I sometimes have the ceiling fan switched on.

u/bmilcs · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

On Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desk Microphone Stand, Black

I ordered it via Amazon, but I'm fairly certain I saw them at Guitar Center.

u/StargatePioneer · 2 pointsr/podcast

This is what I use when I use the Procaster.

Like this unboxing video.

u/Trifax · 2 pointsr/VoiceActing

You have several XLR mics still want a USB mic for desktop use? It seems odd that you'd be willing to sacrifice the monumental leap in audio quality for the ability to stand it plainly on your desk. It would be easy, adjustable, and relatively inexpensive to mount an arm stand on the desk or a small standard mic stand.

What XLR mics do you have now? Think it would work to mount one of them on the desk?

u/KREEKish · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Well the stand that comes in the box with this unit is pretty insufficient to hold anything other than the mic. I picked up this cheap ($13) little adjustable desk stand with a decent enough weighted base to hold both the shock mount and the mic:

Edit: Here is a picture of my mic setup with said stand, spider shock mount and a pop filter as well:

u/Feveredbike · 1 pointr/battlestations
u/jasrags · 1 pointr/podcasts

If you want to spend money and not just use your laptop you will need the following.

3 XLR microphones, stands and cables
A mixer with at least 3 XLR inputs
If you want to all listen on headphones you will need a splitter for that
A few assorted cables i will list
And garage band or some other recording software.

I have listed below what i used starting out.

[Microphones] (

[Stands] (

[Mixer] (

[Headphones splitter] (

[Microphone cables] (

[Other cables] ( These are used to go from your mixer into the recording device and also from the mixer into the headphone splitter.

Hope this helps.

u/serg06 · 1 pointr/microphones

Sounds like a good idea, but unfortunately I live in Canada. Samson mics are $80+, the Blue Snowball iCE is $60, and the cheapest good mic setup I could find (cheapest good mic + cheapest phantom power + cheapest good stand) is $85.

I'm mic-tarded but I'm pretty sure those are my cheapest options, all of which I'd rather DIY some cup or something instead.

u/grandmacaesar · 1 pointr/recording
u/THE_Aft_io9_Giz · 1 pointr/VideoEditing

let me put this as sarcastically as possible...apparently, this is a video of you just talking in front of a camera for 7+ minutes and you don't understand what can be better about your videos?

EDIT: ok, checked out some others. your ability to compose a scene sucks bad. your videos lack originality, humor, humanity, or anything that would catch my eye or want me to watch any further. It's just video after video of you talking with a couple of medium and wide shots mixed in. If you want to know how to make videos that people will watch, you need to watch other good videos.

Practical advice: re-edit all of your videos. I know for sure you can cut them in length by at least half. Get a damn mic already, either for your camera, or preferably for voice over so we don't have to look at your giraffe looking self for 7 minutes.

Rode VideoMic

this something like this combination:
Behringer C-1U Condenser Microphone with USB Output

On Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desk Microphone Stand, Black

Samson SP01 Shockmount Spider Mount for Condenser Mics

Nady MPF-6 6-Inch Clamp On Microphone Pop Filter

And buy a good set of headphones so you can hear yourself. It will make a world of difference to hear your own goofy voice. Download Audacity if you don't have Adobe Audition, but kick yourself for not having Audition, because then you can add some bass and overall makeyourself sound awesome. Audacity, not so much.

Search for Kinetic Typography on Vimeo and watch some cool videos - note the timing of the edits. There was one on here that was called the squatty potty. Seriously, check it out. If they can make a video about pooping gettin thousands of views and you just talking in front of the camera talking with no views, what's that say about you.

Fuck it: Squatty Potty video

Here's a 7 minute video that doesn't suck:

Learn about why things suck. Watch all of this. Again, if you've already seen it.

Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Review (Part 1 of 7)

Even if you don't have photoshop, just watch this damn 3 minute how to video so you know how to incorporate some humor, damn it.

You Suck At Photoshop #1

All good videos are pretty much formulaic. Find one that works for you and stick to it. Right now, all your vids are too long, audio sucks, camera angles suck, content not funny - sucks.

Good Luck.
EDIT AGAIN for attempt at better written english.

u/notagagaccount · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

Desktop mic setup:

u/TophatMcMonocle · 1 pointr/audio

We use two of these $30 GLS brand Shure SM58 knockoffs in my studio interchangeably with real SM58s and we can't tell the difference. Same is true for their SM57 knockoffs. For vocals you want the SM58 because of the built in pop screen and wider cardioid pattern.

Here's a desk mic stand for $13.

Eventually you may want to step up to a large capsule condenser mic which will need phantom power, but the GLS will do a great job for you in the mean time.

u/Vsx · 1 pointr/makinghiphop

You need to record your vocals in MONO in garage band, this should be an option when you add the track. You don't want the entire song in mono, just the track where you're recording vocals. As for the stand mic stands are generally universal and will accept your shockmount adapter no problem. I've got one of these for rapping at my desk and obviously a number of other stage mic stands for performing with my band.

u/therealocshoes · 1 pointr/microphones

Hey, sorry for taking so long to get back to you, the past day has been hectic to say the least.

This should work pretty well for you, I'm pretty sure the 58 comes with a way to mount to it so that shouldn't be an issue.

I think the 2020USB would be easier to make sound better in a quiet environment than the 58 into a scarlett solo.

u/Thefatwizard · 1 pointr/letsplay

I use this guy it's cheap and gets the job done.

u/PipPipCheerioo · 1 pointr/audioengineering

Would a stand such as this work with the Yeti or would it be pointless? The plan would be to get an affordable pop filter and shock mount to reduce vibrations and plosives.

u/DesmoLocke · 1 pointr/Twitch

I have my AT-2035 on this desk stand. It sits right in front of the keyboard and the edge of the desk. I wasn't a fan of having a arm mount either so this works for me.

u/itsfutur · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I'll recommend the Behringer C-1U + the On Stage Adjustable Desk Mic.

Just in general, I thought I'd add: the unfortunate thing is that there's very few mics on the market that are actually good for under $100. You're likely gonna get feedback or static from any mic if you don't buy a dedicated sound card, or an audio interface.

If you have any other questions - audio or just in general - you can reach me via PM here on Reddit, Discord or Steam.

Hope this helped !

u/peewinkle · 1 pointr/microphones

They go for $90 normally, sometimes you can find them on sale.

Look for a package deal like:

And then you'll need a way to transfer it to digital:

desk mic stand:

FYI SM58 is the same mic but with a vocal windscreen- I prefer the 57 for online talk

u/BobLoblasLawBlog · 1 pointr/Twitch

gotcha, I'll shoot a link for what I'm talking about

u/Xkot · 1 pointr/podcasting

These desktop stands are built like tanks. There’s no wobble. The height range is suitable for a giant (I’m 6’5”) as well as my short friends. They look and feel professional, but are just $17.
On-Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desktop Microphone Stand: